Sites & cities that bear the name of Pupput


Today in : Tunisia
First trace of activity : ca. 5th century B.C.E
Last trace of activity : 1303 C.E
Recorded names : Putput, Pudput, Pulpud, Pulpite, Souk el-Obiod, Souk el-Abiod, أبيض‎, Qasr Zaid

Description : Pupput, also spelled "Putput", "Pudput", "Pulpud" and "Pulpite" in Latin, sometimes located in Souk el-Obiod ou Souk el-Abiod (Arabic: أبيض‎ or "white market"), is a Colonia in the Roman province of Africa which has been equated with an archaeological site in modern Tunisia. It is situated on the coast near the town of Hammamet, between the two wadis of Temad (or el-Thimad) to the north and Moussa to the south. Much of the Pupput is buried under modern holiday developments which have been built over the major part of the site.

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